Mark Langford’s Lifelong Field Trip

Mark Langford, in his darkroom, 1976. © Mark Langford

The November 11 meeting of the Pagosa Springs Photography Club will be held on-line via Zoom videoconferencing, beginning at 6:30 PM.  Our speaker this month will be Mark Langford. Mark is a graduate of the Brooks Photography Institute, and has been a commercial photographer with his own business for over thirty years. In addition, he has photographed several books about the San Antonio, Texas area. Mark now resides in Pagosa Springs.

Mark’s presentation will be Photography…One lifelong field trip. Join commercial photographer Mark Langford as he reflects on an exciting career capturing a wide range of subjects from his early years in high school through today. From people to buildings and food products, to coffee table books, fine art, and more. Come and relive Mark’s never-ending journey in photography – up close and in person.

This will be a virtual meeting, live on-line, using Zoom video-conferencing. Club members will receive the link for joining the Zoom session by email. If you are new to Zoom and have not yet downloaded it to your computer/tablet/phone, visit the Zoom download page, , to do so. It’s really easy to use. For most of you, all you will need to do is click the “Link to join Zoom meeting”. Non Club members who are interested in taking part may contact Club president Andy Butler for information, at

Following Mark’s presentation, we will have our monthly image share. Club members may submit up to five photos to share and discuss. Please email your images for sharing, in JPG format, to , no later than November 10. For Zooming, an image size of 2000 tall by 3000 pixels wide, or more, is desirable. 

Update: A video of Mark’s presentation, taken from the Zoom meeting, is available for viewing at:

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